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*.*»»** , '"-"""* " '. ' " '** * ' l ' ! $ T <> f £ tX <. * ''*•", "V .j,,' THK BAKEnSFIBCD CALTPORNUN, WBDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEtt SO, «I« FEIE IS HELD AI .Wasco Melliodisl Church Has Yearly Home-Coming nl Socinl Hnll (Special to Thf Callfnrnian) WASCO, Sopt. 30.—Tho annual home-coming of members of the Methodist Kplscopal Church, held Frldny evening In tho church social hall was a delightful occasion. Dr. 8. Carlylo Hoiwpffor, pnstnr, expressed his gratltudn fit tho rloso of tho session for tho manner In whlrh exorynno entered Into the spirit of tho overling- Following a potluck dinner, nr ranged by thn women of .tho Ladlns 1 Aid Society, and served at do.nnral.od tablos, D. Hchaeffer lod I ho group In assembly Hinging, old-tlmo songs bo- Ing favored. Wendell Solinoffor, Junior college student arid son of tho pastor, presided at tho piano. A. T. Elmos, financial Koeretary. presided at. tbo htifdnosM session during which pledges for tho expenses of tho church fur the coming your wore glvon. Prnctlcally tho entire budget for the preacher's salary arid for current expenses of tho rlinrcli was ploflgod and also an amount wan raised lo cover expense of put. ting now roof on tho annex. Members of the board "f 1 Include James Little, T. 11. Smith J8. It. Klinon, L. A. Mrsnt. H. .1. Do men I. and W. (!. McCombs. Art Course Again In Delano School D1CLANO, Sept. 30.—After discontinuing the art course during thn past five yours fit tho Dolnno Joint Union lilt;'' School, ihn connio In iigaln offered this yoar at the Hcltool with M!HH Mildred I'l. Ureeti nil teacher. Twenty-five students havo enrolled for tho course nnd aspcrlnl room In tho now shop building has been given over to It. Poncll Hliotehlng Is thn first «tep In the now course, nnd Miss Green plans to Include linoleum, leather, charcoal, pastel water colors, and Ink sketches. If the class inlvancon sufficiently portraits will bo taught toward tho onil of (ho oourHO Shatter High School Farm Students Win High Honors CHAFTHR, Sept, 30.-~Agrlcullural i~J teams nnd classes of Bhafter High wvo attalnod statewide attention luring tho past fo.w days. At tho Los Angoltis County Fair In Pomona, thn Hrmftor High team, tindor tho llrootlon of nionn O. Nay, took all first, second and third places, with the exception of ono spoond-plneo ribbon. Wllmnr Hnn« was high man; Herbert Neutnan, second high man, and Victor Voth, third high. Victor Voth placed first In tho Bearing of milk, Wllmor Enns wart fli-Ht, In tho scoring of butlor and first In tho scoring of chocwo. Tho local loam defeated Tranquil- Ity High of Fromio, former stato champion, while Ban la Maria finished second and Han Bernardino third. Will Tn team noorlng, Hhafter won tho sweepstakes trophy donated by tho Southern California Milk Dealers' Asnoc.lii.tlon. For high loam In milk scoring, Bhnflnr carried off tho Rodger Jesnup oortlflod fiirm trophy and for butter scoring, Ilio trophy donated liy tho Oolrton Htnto Company, Ltd. Nay's loam also walked away with thn ChonHO and Mutter Association's cup for choose scoring. The "loot" gat hero by tho Him f tor team while at tho fair Included 4 nips and 11 ribbons. Throe of Ihn cups won aro permanent and will Mtay In th« Hhaftor High trophy client. Tho agricultural department sent tho following exhibits lo tho Frssno District Fair: Bill Bchwlt, potato**; Orogory Malofy, potatoes; Theodora Collins, cotton; Harold Peterson, cotton; Marvin Notiman, poultry feedor; Richard Harris, hog feeder; Hnrold Janzun, forging; Theodore Collins, handle fitting; Marvin Noumun, tool sharpening. First Kxhlblts This Is tho first llmo In many years tho local department has attempted to exhibit at Fresno. It 1« tho hopo of thoso In chargo of tho Fresno District Fair that noxt year, through tho aid of tho various "ILK" departments of tho valloy, to build up this fair to Its former status, enjoyed some years ago. If theso plans work out, It will no doubt bo ot in of the most desirable places In tho stato for tho showing of livestock . Four Future Farmers from Shaf- tor High School vocational agricultural department accompanied Walter Ifl. Emrlck In a visit to tho Tu- laro County Fair recently. Tho boyn participated In tho dairy practice contest In which there was cornpetl lion bolwoon Individuals from a. school and not between schools. Ifiugono ISnns proved to bo the best dairy cattle Judge among the boys from tho local department. Tho other boys that rnado tho trip and Judged woro Harold Janzen, Bert and M. Nouman. Women of Moose Planning Active Program for Year Panama Matron Is Honored_at Shower PANAMA, H<!|>!,. no.—A luyntlci shower wurt given rmvnlly by Uio ITotno ICcorioinli-s fJluli of the Pan- ii.mii Orange hnnurliiK Mrs. Viola Kaymond. Tlin honnnut was tho ro- p.|pli>rit of rnnny lovnly Klft«- 'I'wo nnlltH worn tlcil by tho lutllfM In Urn afternoon. lU'frciilimi'nlM worn nerved ill. Inn I'loHii n( Ihi' meeting l>y Mrs. .Tamos Ilitriid. licmti'HM. Munition! in-i'Hnnl wrsro MondnmoH A nun I'iymml, I'. O. llnniliill, II. II. Jurrton, M. SllliUi-r. Poti-r llortrn- Kilo/., Kvii WllklriH, Hurt Dcalilll, II. A. Underwood, lOiirni-nl Knink, W. W. N'owhotiHo, .liinu'H llcrnd, Viola Hiiyiriritid and John AlfMmi. McFarland Group Plans First Meet Mcl^AKLANl), Hitpt. 30,—McFarland Woman's Club will convene for the first tlrno for tho new year Thursday at tho American Legion clubroums, when tho offlcors and ex eeutlvi) hoard prewldo at a luncheon at 12'.SO j). in. Mrs. If. W. UlcklnHon, who has Borvod tho club as president formerly for two yearn and was ro-olectcd last year, will nronldo. During a shor bimlnnHM «cnrdon H|IO will nppoln rommltteos and make plans for fu turn iiellvllleH. Following thlw a BO clnl lime will be. enjoyed. Welcome! . at nine o'clock tonight PREVIEW OPENING * of the Majestic Cocktail and Dining Lounge Bakersfield^ Swankiest and Newest Dine and Dance Place 1813 CHESTER AVENUE A brand new enlcpluininenl spot made to order for the pleasure of the eity. Grill room finished in knotty pine, mural walls and interior decorations by K Goldstein of Brock's Department Store. Reported From West Side "-~'--- T AFT, Hept. 30.—Taft Chapter No. fl67, Women of tho Mooso, had a rtrgo attendance at tho regular meet- UK hold In tho Mooso hall. Senior Icgcnt Hnfcol Wllborn presided, Past legont Van Horn of Bakorsfleld, but L member of Tuft chapter, was escorted to tho altar by Guides Turner and fltirow and seated In a placo it honor at Senior Rogont Wllborn's right. Past Regent Van Horn was raft chapter's first senior regent when tho local tilted in 1922. chapter was InstI- New ddie FREE Turkey Sandwiches M. TO MIDNIGHT at the Majestic Featuring: Dinners - 85c - $1.25 NO COVKU CHARGE Four-Piece Hawaiian Orchestra Tonight and Every Night.. . Roll call of offlcors found all pros- ent except Junior Pant Rogent Bums and Chaplain Kocklor, whoso placeo wore filled by Past Howont Bios and Mrs. Hchultss, Kathryn WIlllamH, chairman of amnwnienls, reported favorably on tho Women of tho Stoosa amateur show to bo held Goto- jer 80 in tho I^lncoln school auditorium. Tho Lincoln P. T. A. haw promised co-operation, OH has Van James, dramatic director of tho Hchool. A percontago of tho proceeds will bo slven to tho P. T. A. Arrangements for tho dedication of a troo to bo planted for James J. Davis, found of Moosnhcart, haH boon turned over to Past Hogont Mary Bios and an Interesting pro* grain in being planned by tho conr mlttno. It will take plnx:^ on tho founder's birthday, which Is al«o Mooseheart Day. Meeting datoH for tho Women of tho MOOKO havo boon changed from the second and fourth Tuesday to the second and fourth Mondays in MOOHO Hall and all tnt-inborn aro requested to k«ep thlH chiingo in mind an there will be a largo claws Inltl atod October 11!, to bo known an tho Hazel Wllborn clii«H In honor of tho birthday of the local senior regent Committee reports wuro madu by Oiildo Turnt-r, who reported tlio r« lent cooked food sale a success, Argus Williams, sick, matron, reported Eleanor Gordon, captain of escort, 111. Chaplain Keckler's father has a broken nrm. Little Jackie SchultS! Is In tho hospital for a tonsilectomy. Leo Burns l» Improving at Keeno. Charles C. Connors Is In Kern General Hospital again. Past Regent Jeffreys resigned as chairman of publicity and Mrs. Jordan was named to succeed her. Tho membership report was Interesting. A number of members woro balloted on and elected to membership, A membership drlvo Is on as Taft chapter has a special dispensation for tho month of October. Mqoso- heart graduate -Caywood, chairman of child care and training, gave an Interesting report. Mrs. Cunningham, chairman of tho Moosoheart committee, told of names of chlldten at Moosoheart being sent to her so she might select a child for Taft chapter to sponsor. A llttlo 12-year-old girl, Francis Brown of California was chosen. Mrs. Illldcbrand reported on Moose- haven, tho homo for the aged. There are 212 guests at the home In Florida. Past Regent Mary Bios, alumni chairman, reported a number of coworkers had Joined. Tho mission of this committee Is to collect funds which constitute a revolving fund dedicated to tho uso of tho Moose- In-art graduates as they leave their homo to face tho world. An auditing committee was appointed by tho senior regent to meet at tho homo of Recorder Palmlund. On tho committee are Past Regent Jeffress, Argus Williams and Chaplain Kockler. They will meet October 3 nt 8 o'clock. A number of coworlters received lovely gifts from their Moosehoart friends. Guide Turner won by tho mystery prize. Tupman Woman Is Honored at Party TUPMAN, Sopt. 80,—Mrfl. Louise Stlno, Tupman pontmmlstross tot 0 years, was surprised when what Is believed 'to bo tho largest community gathering over to bo assem« bled at such an affair In Tujjman, gathered at the school cafeteria for a potluok 1 'supper at which she was the honored guest and was presented with many gifts. Those present were Messrs, and Meadames Roy Wesson and LoRoy, Joe Vlosnlk and Virginia, Harry Baness and Elsie, O. H. Hummel, Edgar Ahmann, George F. ICdlng and Lawrence, R. U. Reed and Elizabeth, W. B. WIeder nnd children, W. A. Kllllan, I. D. Ross, J. R. Me- Carley and Donald, O. M. Abbott, Betty and Bobby; J. T. Gulp and children, B. Vaughn, A. D, Jose and children, C. E. Boederjack and Jimmy, W. Hutebnson and Betty I«ou, James Inglls, Mary and Jean, N. J. Clark, I. A. Harrington, M. SUitchman and chlllren, Earl McFarland, R. C. Rlchey and children, Orvlllo Worflng and baby son, J. 8, Brown and son Paul (Bakersfield), C. H. Traweek and daughter Wllma (Fellows), J. A. Courtney and children (Coallnga). Mesdames Charles Cain, E. B. Me- Daniels, A. O. Carpenter (Fresno), O. M. Roberts. Eva Chaffeo, Beatrice Crelger, Those who sent gifts but could not be present were: Messrs, and Mos- damea W. C. Choat, Frank Drake, O. C. Lauter (Taft), A. Harman, R. H. Klrkpatrlck, Don Qamby, Frank Wilson, Sam Jobo, Paul Trlpton, Ralph Arnold (Fellows), B. A. Farnum (Taft), J. R. Stevenson, A. a. Hood (Bakersfleld), B. E. Bradford, C. W. Paulson, Jim Cain. Mrs. Eva Lee, Miss 8. Broeder, Miss R. Dobyns and Joe Bonza and O, M. Lantcr. Samaritan Rebekah Lodge Holds Anniversary Meeting F Sept. 30.— Rebekah an- nlver^ary was observed by members ot Samaritan Rebekah lodge of Monday evening in the Odd Fellows hall, "When a program was presented. Mrs. C. C. Hartman presented ft piano solo, "Adagio," after -which the past noble grands took seats of honor. Tho Rebekah proclamation was read by Mrs. Mablo Bond. Mea- dames Oust JoAnson, noble grand; H. It. Barneburg, acting vice-grand; Herman Smith, past noble grand and Alvln Rathbern, chaplain; presented a very impressive play. Mrs. W, "ti. Walker, as spirit of Rebekah, lit the 'torches of each of the four officers. Mrs. C. A. Lindsay sang three vocal solos during the presentation, "Will There Bo Any Stars?", "Whispering Hope" and "A Perfect Day." ,8ho was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Hartman. The program was preceded by a business meeting presided over by Mrs. Oust Johnson, , noble grand. Mrs. Harley Williamson of Wasco, district deputy president of district 30, was escorted to a seat ot honor. Mrs. Tom ^Lambert, warden; an<! Mrs. C. L. Helms, left supporter to tho noble grand, Were Installed by Mrs. Williamson. A potluck supper will be given by Maricopa School Officers Picked MAHICOPA, Sept. 30.—Class officers chosen for tho various high school classes for this school season aro: Beulor ClaBs~-fUll Johnston, president; Vernon Holms, vice-president; Murlol Varloy, sncrotary-treas- urer; Mury Lytlo, social chairman. Junior elans— Paulino Mltchol, president: Hldnoy Hudson, vlco-prosl- dent; Clarence Green, Hocrotnry- treasurer; Margaret Zlmmurll, social ehalnmin, and Mlldi-od Hushaw, editor. Hoplionmro class—John Miller, president; Irono Flako, vtco-prosl- donl; Arile.n IX-aton, Hecrotary-troas- ure.r; Richard ISubnnks and Ucrnlce Alklrn, Horgpimtn-at-arms. V't-eshinan elans—Tommy Kennedy, president; Doris Hlckor, vlco-pi-esl- ilent; lluth Clair Itrandon, secretary, and Jack Ilowo, treasurer. -*FOOD SALTS SATURDAY TAFT, Sopt. no.—Taft Bethel No. H8, .loti's Daughters, will hold a cooked food salo at tha Ha to way store and A. & I', store on Center street Saturday, starting at » a. m. All members aro nuked to assist. Kindly, Helpful Service generously given in your time, of bereavement, whun solace In indeed needed, makes tho Flickinger-Dlgier Chapel Kern County's finest funeral parlor. Remember—It is not necessary to ovor-purohuso to beautify tho last survloe to tovod ones. Telephone 97 J. C. FLICIUNOEH FRANK DIOHOU 1287 CHTB8T15H AVlilNUM LUNCH Served Prom 11 a* m. to 3 (30 p. m. Ucit In the City 35c Biktrttitld'i Fln«it Cale St. Francis Cafe 1717 Chester Avenue (Alit ax t* 4M oitik Best Wishes to the MAJESTIC GRILL 1831 Chester the members Wednesday evening Ifl the Odd Fellows hall. It was announced by Mr*. J. A. . Hylton, president of the Past Nobte ' drand's Association that ft meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 14, at the home ot Mrs. Al- vln Rathbern. The member* will b» entertained on Wednesday, October 28, at the home of Mrs. William Bailey of Bakersfield with a politick luncheon at noon. She will be assisted by Mrs. 3. F. Flores ot Box- ersfleld. Mrs. Williamson will pay her official visit to Samaritan .lodge on Monday evening, November 9, It waa^ announced that the district meeting will be held In Woeco on. Saturday, November 14, Mrs. Helen, Hum, vice-president of the Jurisdiction of California, will be the instructor. A few words wore heard from Mrs. Frokes, noble grand Of Taft Rebekab lodge; and Miss Mary Ayers, president of Taft Rebekah. lodge, heard A few words were also from Mrs. Williamson, district deputy president. ' Visitors were present from Taft and Wasco. ' At the conclusion of the evening refreshments were served by the. hostesses, Mesdames C. Ii. Holms, Mable Bond and C. A. Lindsay. Shower Is Given For Taft Matron TAFT, Sept. 30. — In honor of Mrs. Evelyn Frills, a layetto shower was given by tho honoreo's mother, Mrs. 10. L. Tiffany and Mrs. Evelyn Foster of Berkeley. Tho Tiffany lomo wan decorated In pink and slue stiiamers with tho gifts placed n conspicuous places. Illbbon HI reamers ran from tho gifts to n argo threo-tlorcd cako in tho con:or of tho table. In ono corner, a stork kept guard over a nest in which was a baby doll. (lames wero played, with prizes lng 1 to Mrs. Barbara Hayslott and Mrs. I>IH-|H Claire. Tho honoree iponed tho 'many gifts after which 1 refreshments wero served to Mesdames llattlo Butler, Tlallie Butlor, Irene Nichols, Edith Smith, Barbara Hnyslett and daughter, Yvonne; Doris Clalro, Loo Harper, Leo Dra- haugh, Kvclyn Sobel, IQvelyn Friend, Maude Hovls, Margaret Conlcy, H. P. Hnyder, lluth Illckoy, Dorotha Wlnslow, Onraldlne King, Kste.Ho Dohrlng, Maude Ford, M. A, Lu- plen and the Misses Margaret Cul- Ion, Frances Snyder, Joan Dohrlng and Lcona Smith. Those .sending KlftH but iinnblo to attend wore Mcs- dairies Homilo Mitchell, H. L. Justus, O. Carlson, llalolgh Griffin, Dorothy Tollos, Rva Glbbs, Ruth Munn and Bllllo Hrown. Dinner Party Held f 01 West Side Man TAFT, Sept. 30.—Miss Helen Jean Ayers recently entertained with a. dinner party at her homo near Fellows, honoring her finance, Walter Oarrett on tho occasloti of his twenty-first birthday. Table decorations and favors wero In pink and green and tho center of attraction was the largo white birthday cake decorated In green. Mr. Oarratt received many fine gifts from his friends. Present to celebrate wero Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ayers, the Misses Vena Sherman and Loulso Kelly; Messrs. Kclghtlcy Duvall anil Keith Bowen, the honor guest, Mr. Oarratt and tho hostess, Miss Ayers. John F. Dockweiler Put on Two Tickets - (Aisoctatcd Prens Leatet Vfire) LOS ANGELES, Sept. 30.—A recount of votes cast for Progressive party candidates for Congress In the Sixteenth district left John F. Dock- weller still In the lead and Superior Judge Charles Ballard gave Judgment In his favor today In a contest brought by George A. Heap. The Judgment leaves Dockweiler, tho Democratic incumbent, as nominee on both tho Democratic and Progressive tickets. •» » » J. N. Willys Estate Valued at $2,637,816 fAnnflatcd I' Leaied Wire) WEST PALM BEACH, Sept. 30.— John N. Willys, automobile manufacturer of Palm Beach and New 'York, left an estate valued at $2,637,816 when he died about a year ago, tmfd a report filed by appraisers hern today. Steals Tombstone; Defaces, Resells It (Aiiootated Pre»» Leaict Wtre) ' " SAFFORD, Ariz., Sept. 30.—Glen B. Davis, 26, of El Paso, pleaded, guilty hero today of a charge of, stealing, defacing and reselling a* tombstone token from the Safford cemetery. The marker was sold to Mrs. Sylvia Talley of Kimball, sister- in-law of Sheriff Bob Talley. Justice of the Peace T. B. Reed sentenced Davis to four months In Jail and fined him $60. . Sheriff Talley said Davis also confessed to taking two tombstones from a cemetery in Kstancia, N. M. "»-•-» : '« EMPLOYES' FUND GROWS HARRISBURO, Sopt. 30. (U. P.>— The school employes' retirement system In Pennsylvania Invested a total of $136,486,579 in the 17 years it has been In effect, it was announced following recent observance of tho system's seventeenth anniversary. The cash balance at the end of tho fiscal year was $1,573,613. La Fortuna Group Holds First Meet WE DID THE PAINTING AND DECORATING MAHICOPA', Sopt. 30.—Mrs. William Tlarnlah was hostess to tho members of La Fortuna Club at tholr opening meeting of tho season at her home Friday ovenlng. Dessert refreshments were served at 0 o'clock, followed by bridge, with prizes going to Mrs. Homer Bnbcock for first and to Mrs. Harnlsh for second. Those present wore Mesdames Babcock, Ed Clluyas, Oesslo Chlpps, Myrla Wolkal, Joe Rlerman and tho hontess. Mrs. Luclndu Tarr was a euliil gunst. West Side Lodge Planning Contest TAFT, Sept. 80.—Taft Elks Lodge Is sponsoring a bridge and plnochlo tournament for members, their ladles and .families only, starting October 2 and continuing October 1C, through November and closing December 4. Cash prizes will bo awarded for each game each night with grand prizes at tho end of the series. Refreshments will follow each party. Jack Adams Is chairman of the plnochlo committee while Kaspor Oratz IB chairman of tho bridge committee, assisted by Chnrlea Dlfferd- Ing, Everett Olln and Lynn Andrus. 4 « * PARTY' SUCCESS TAFT, Sept. 30.—Tho Neighbors of Woodcraft public card party hold Saturday at the home of Anonn R. Lennlngor was a complete success. Prizes wore awarded as follows, In pedro, John M. Lennlngor, men's first; II. B. Blalsdall, second; Stella Johe, ladles' first; Molllo Peterson, second. Winners at five hundred wore Jim Crice, first; John Field, second; Mrs. H. C. Dohrlng, ladles' first; Alma Close, second. Tho door prlzo, a chicken, went to Mrs. Me- Carver. FELLOWS Peckham I and | Foster j 2420 C Street I : Telephone 7005 C ! iiimiiaiiiiiiiuiiaiiimmmaiiiiiiiiiiiniri SANEIY RID YOU OF CORNS Dr. BchoH'i Zlno-pmli not only IniUnlly relieve pain, «to[> time friction tail jirci- •lire, prevent tore {oft mul blister, unit quickly, •nfety remove cnrvu-'thry BC- tuilly prevent them coming hick I No at her met tuxt give* you (bit triple-action. Dt Lute Dr, Schull'i Zlno-pudt. llfih color, waterproof, 35*. Stundntd Whitt Dr, SchoU'i Zinorwili, 1M bo>. DrSchoHst Cash for Old Gold Do Not Sell to Strangers Wlckersham Co. Hlniliinth and "ly«<* straits FELLOWS. Kept. !IO.—Mr. and Mrs. John Htevons and their two children of Bnkersflcld woro week end visitors In Fellows at tho homo of Mr. Stevens 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ixiu HtovoiiH. They attended tho reception for Ruth Moss at tho Masonic hall In Taft and visited many of their friends while here. Wook end visitors at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Roberts of Fellows, wore Mr. and Mrs. Max Durham of Fresno. Mrs. Durham Is Mr. Robert's sister. Tho Durhams also visited with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. C. Roberts and two children, Thomas and Rhoda, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd H. c'ooloy, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morton, relatives of Mrn. Durham. iUosdtunow Thomas Morton and II. L. Itoliorts havo gone to Fresno on business for n couple of days. •Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Martin and children, Stanley, Polly, Peggy and Beverly, and Virginia Cooloy, spent .Sunday at Santa I'aula attending a bnrhocuo given by Mr. Shields of Simla I'aula. Mrs. Loo Kutllff's mothor and sister <>f Los Angeles aro In Follows vlnltlng the .Sutllff family for several days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilson Parker and Mrs. Dniwbaugh, Mrs. Parkers' mother, wont to Santa Paula for tha week end. Mrs. Drawbaugh Is living In Santa Paula and the Parkers tok her home after sh» spent n week visiting with thorn and her other daughter, Mr«. Donald Dargltr.. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vawtor motored to Los Angeles Sunday on business, Mrs. Harry Harris nnd grandson, who have boon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Falroy, havo returned to Los Angeles to visit Mrs. Harris' son. Mrs. Harris plans to return to Texas soon. George Lawrence, manager of tho Bonk of America In Fellows, has returned to Taft to work and Mr. Berry of Taft U taking hi* place, Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Hylton and daughter, Blsle Cooper, spent the week end In Log Angelon visiting Mr. Itylum'a father, Mr. A, V. Hylton and Mr*, Itylton*' slater. COUNCIL TO GATHKU TAFT, Sept. 30.—The Taft Coordinating Council will hold a general meeting Thursday night In tho Little Theater of tho Taft Union High School, beginning promptly at 8 o'clock. Tho business of tho evening will bo of Interest to all West Side people. Reports on the summer activities will bo given and special attention will bo given the now recreational program nnd tho work of tho council during the coming year. LADY BILLS MEKT TAFT, Sept. 30.-~The Lady Bills met at the Elks homo Monday for a social afternoon. Uridgo was en- Joyed, prizes going to Mabel Dlfferd- Ing, first and Maude Ford, second. At the noxt meeting, noxt Monday, Installation of now officers and a business session will bo held. Lunch- con will bo served at 12:30 o'clock. Those desiring luncheon lions aro linked to call Peterson at 'JS4-\V. reserva- Kathryn MASONS MKBT TONIGHT TAFT, Sept. 30.—Midway Lodge No. 420, Masons, will meet In Bpoctal session Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock at the Masonic temple for work In the nocond d«gr«o. There will also bo a commlttpo meeting for tho lodge's twenty-fifth anniversary celebration to bo hold -Saturday. October 31. Alt offlcors of Midway lodge aro members of this committee. ' « » » FISH CROP IS BUMPER ST. LOUIS, Sept. 30. (U. P.>—Mis- sourl's fish crop is duo for harvest- Ing next month, according to Superintendent. Hi. M. Kopplin, of tho State Qamo and Fish Department, Ho believes that 760,000 fingerllngs will bo available hero to replenish the stock in rivers and lakes throughout tho state. .4 » » SLACKS IRK DINER LONDON, Ont., Sept. 30. (U. P.>— Declaring that the Bight ot a wo* man's "bare back" lake* away his appetite, .A London man demanded that railway commission official* here forbid women attired in slacks and haltera from entering the .London A Port Stanley cafeteria. *?22&$*?& 1 *5St£*"Si2* s ^iJrfS.** « ! ~ ^%S3tS£ { •y^foT'W 6 * §gB* STANDARD Oil. COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA, ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL Guaranteed Watch .Repairs for a Limited Time Including the cost of materials. BROCK'S MAIN FLOOR , Y* PRICE

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